About 70 East Mississippi Community College career technical education students were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society Wednesday morning in the Lyceum on the Golden Triangle campus.
The mission of NTHS is to honor student achievement and leadership and to provide business and industry with a continuous stream of talented, highly skilled future employees. To be eligible for membership, students must have earned a 3.0 grade point average for their overall coursework or have transferred from a high school NTHS program.
The guest speaker at the induction ceremony was Mississippi State University Dean of Educational Leadership Dr. Ed Davis.
The inductees are: Brittany Baker, Kate Bass, Kayllace Beatty, Kristin Bell, Christopher Bishop, Jarvis Bonner, Robert Brown, Alyssa Chance, Christopher Clark, Robert Colbert, Savannah Cole, T.J. Conner, Sarah Culpepper, Ashley Deanes, Brenda Doss, Kayla Duncan, Jonathan Duncan, Chris Easley, Denesha Ewell, Alex Eubanks, Douglas Fisher, Jerry Fountain, John Foster, Victor Forrester, Gregory Giles, Aidan Glover, Ronald Godney II, Mallory Gwathney, Garther Halbert III, Brittany Hampton, Madalyn Halverson, Tyler Harper, Malkeita Haskins, Denzel Hendricks, Emily Hickman, Jorden Hollowell, Benjamin Howse, Kadaijha Johnson, Jason Jones, John Long, Jonathan McGee, Kimberly Mitchell, Brantley O’Dell, Andrew Parker, Dalton Parnell, Heather Parnell, Donald Peterson, Brittany Phillips, Logan Potts, Lexus Price, Linda Price, Jamoi Pulley, John Ricks, Christopher Robinson, Adam Rowell, Whitley Shackelford, Latoya Shelton, Hal Smith, Charles Smith, Katie Spidle, Rachel Strickland, Tyler Treece, Isabella Tucker, Sara Veazey, Daniel Waller, Janeiro Washington, Shaquille Wells, Jordan Williams, Kimberly Williams and Christopher Winter.
Eight people were inducted into the NTHS as honorary members. They are: EMCC President Dr. Thomas Huebner; EMCC VP for Instruction Dr. Thomas Ware; MSU Dean of Educational Leadership Dr. Ed Davis; GTR Link Executive Director Joe Max Higgins; 4 County EPA Board of Trustees member Mike Banks; MUW VP for Student Life Dr. Jennifer Miles; West Point / Clay County Growth Alliance Director Lisa Klutts; and Starkville Chamber of Commerce Director Heath Barrett.
About 70 East Mississippi Community College students were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society in a ceremony on April 12 at the Golden Triangle campus.